The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1967 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 31, 1967
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1 Congregg of , lo w a L-._g STAt »JjHEP 1865 _ VOL. 101 NO. 67 | Upper Bes 1 1 AUG. 31, 1967 SECOND SECTION 1 1 THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY AUGUST 31 thru SEPTEMBER 2 MATINEE SATURDAY - 1.30 ONE SHOWING EACH EVENING STARTING AT 7:30 PARAMOUNT PICTURES „,*,,„ inja double nuthouse of fun! (AJEfimLEWIS PRODUCTION) TECHNICOLOR® SUNDAY through THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 3 thru 7th CONTINUOUS SHOW STARTING AT 1 P M SUNDAY AND MONDAY 2 SHOWS EACH EVENING TUES. - WED. - THURS. BEST FILM fOR MATURE AUDIENCES" as selected by the National Catholic Office This is Georgy. Elementary, 8 Jr- Senior High Are Hired The following 22 teachers of the 98-member staff for the Algona Community School District for 1967-68 are new teachers that were not on the staff in the school year of 1966-67. However, two mnmbers were teachers in this district several years ago and have returned for the coming year. The total teaching staff membership represents an increase of five over the staff of 1966-67, four of these extra members being in the elementary grades, 22 New Teachers On Staff Here For 1967-68 and the remaining member being in the junior-senior high. KAREN JOHNSON The following are new teachers in elementary grades: Mrs. Beverly Nordman—Grade 5 of /Vita, who graduated last May from Iowa State University with a major in elementary education. John Nordman —Grade 6 of Alta, who graduated last May from Iowa State University with a major in elementary education. Mrs. DeEtta Twedt - Grade Z of Algona, four years of teaching experience and her elementary education has been at Waldorf College. Mr. and Mrs. Twedt have three children, one of preschool age, one in Grade 1 and one in Grade 5. James Welton - Elementary physical education and high school athletics, from Orange City where he was an instructor for the past seven years in Northwestern College. He has his undergraduate degree from Mor- STARLITEl DRIVE This is Georgy's roommate. I This is Georgy's roommate's roommate. VERY NOW! As radiant, as wryly funny, as its all-heart heroine, marvelous actress Lynn Redgrave, -wude™,^ COLUMBIA PICTURES iv,, JAMES MASON • ALAN BATES LYNN REDGRAVE *,»**, CHARLOTTE RAMPLING WALT SUGGESTED FOR MATURE AUDIENCES mmmmmommHm COMING FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th WEDNESDAY through SATURDAY AUGUST 30 through SEPTEMBER 2 AN INCREDIBLE ORGY OF SIGHTS and SOUNDS! SECRETS OF THE FORBIDDEN WORLD ... EXPOSED! ...VIOLENT BEYOND COMPARISON ...SECRETS OF THE FORBIDDEN WORLD REVEALED BY THE HIDDEN CAMERA ...YET BEAUTIFUL / BEVOND BELIEf • SEE CHILDREN TRANSFORMED INTOMONSTERSJ • STRANGE JUNGLE RITUALS! • PRIMITIVE BIRTH CONTROL PRACTICES • RUSSIAN ROULETTE WITH DIESEL ENGINES! • EXECUTION! BY PYTHONS ! A HUMAN PIN CUSHION ! A DUEL TO SLASH,NOT KILL! RELIGIOUS RITUALS THAT KILL YOUNG MEN! BIZARRE WOMEN OF TORTURE] FRENZIED TRIBAL DANCES! SATURDAY MIDNITE SHOW — "MIRAGE" SUNDAY, SEPT. 3rd — 3 BIG. FEATURES Dusk to Dawn — Holiday Fun The Screen Asks the Most Ticklish Question of World WarH IHt MiRiSCH CORPOMIW BUKE EDWARDS "What did Jfoirclpintjv ICQLORBYOtLUXEi D JRHSIS ' A BONUS LATE SHOW SUNDAY ONLY AFRAID TO TURN THEIR BACKS ON EACH OTHER- THEY FOUGHT SIDE BY SIDE AGAINST THE INDIAN! COLOR BY DELUXE' " mw' m JaMes SiDNey GaRNeR POiTiCR thJGLAT . RALPH NELSON'S THEBEATLES The Colorful Adventures of E BEAT are more Colorful than COLOR! ADMISSION: SEPT. 3 . 4th - ADULTS - $1.25 - SEPT. 5 - 6th - ADULTS - $1.00 ningside and his master's degree from South Dakota State. He will assist in coaching football. He is married and has four children, one of pre-school age and the others in elementary grades. FLOYD THIES Mrs. Joanne Backhaus- Grade 4. Mrs. Backhaus had her elementary training at Wayne State College, Nebr. Her most recent teaching experience was last year at Graettinger and her total experience as a teacher is five years in intermediate grades. Mr. and Mrs. Backhaus have two children in the elementary grades. Mrs. Jeanne Lighter-Elementary and junior high art of Algona, has a master's degree in art from Drake University and taught art the past two years at Estherville. She has one daughter in high school. Mrs. Ethel Daman - Kindergarten of Algona; taught last year at Henderson, Minn. She has had nine years of teaching experience and her elementary education training has been mainly at Drake University. Mr. and Mrs. Daman have two children in junior high school. Mrs. Elizabeth Blackburn Grade 2, lives on a farm near Britt. She has had about 18 years of experience and her training includes elementary education at Kearney State Teachers, Nebr. MARCIA SWEENEY prinnr nrrirrvrrrrinnf We movie; clock .'i ALGONA THEATRE THURSDAY thru SATURDAY Complete Program begins: 7:30 p.m. "Errand Boy"-7:35 p.m. "Cinderfella" - 9:10 p.m. MATINEE SATURDAY AT 1:30 p. m. SUNDAY and MONO AY-Complete Program begins: 1:00 — 3:00- 5:10- 7:00- 9:05 p. m. "Georgy Girl" - 1:20- 3:255:15-7:20-9:20 p. m. TUESDAY thru THURSDAY Complete Program begins: 7:009:05 p. m. "Georgy Girl" 7:20-9:20 p. m. STARLITE DRIVE-IN THEATRE WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY Complete Program begins; 8:20 p. m. "Macabro" - 8:30 p. m. "Ecco"-10:00 p.m. THURSDAY and SATURDAY- Complete Program begins: 8:20 p. m. "Ecco" - 8:30 p. m. "Macabro"-10:00 p.m. SATURDAY MID-NTTE SHOW ONLY - "Mirage" - 12:00 a. m. SUNDAY andTUESDAY-Com- plete Program begins: 8:20p.m. "What Did You Do In The War. Daddy ?' - 8:25 p. m. "Duel At Diablo"-10:20 p. m. SUNDAY NITE ONLY-BONUS SHOW - "Help" - 12:20 a. m. MONDAY and WEDNESDAY Complete Program begins: 8:20 p. m. "Duel At Diablo" - 8:25 p. m. "What Did You Do In The War, Daddy? 1 - 10:00 p. m. Mrs. Sarah Haven - Kindergarten, lives in Hurt where her husband is superintendent of schools. She has a B.A, degree in elementary education and approximately 25 years of teaching experience. Mrs. Rhonda St. John-Grade 1 of Algona, had her elementary education training at Waldorf and has had about five years of teaching experience. Mr. and Mrs. St. John have one child in kindergarten. Mrs. Judith Milner - Grade 1 of Burt, has her bachelor's degree in elementary education from the University of Missouri and has taught the past year in Mason City. Mrs. Patricia Watson- Grade 1 of Algona, has had her elementary training at Parsons College and has taught two years. Mr. and Mrs. Watson have three children in elementary grades. Mrs. Beverly Mawdsley—Elementary vocal music of Algona, has her bachelor's degree from Morningside College. She taught music in the local system in the school year of 1956-57. Mr. and Mrs. Mawdsley have two children in elementary grades. Mrs. Kathryn Misbach- Grade 6 of Algona, has her bachelor's degree in elementary education and has taught several years in the Algona system in intermediate grades. STEVEN KING The following teachers are new to the system in Junior-senior high school grades; Karen Johnson - Business education of Bondurant, has her bachelor's degree from the University of Northern Iowa at Cedar Falls, and taught business education the past two years at Bondurant. Floyd Thies - Guidance. Was superintendent of schools the past two years at Alexandria, S. Dak. and has had eight years of teaching experience. His bachelor's and master's were earned at Northern State College at Aberdeen, So. Dak. Mr. Thies is married. Marcia Sweeney - English, of Cylinder. Taught the past two years in River Forest, El. Her bachelor's degree was earned at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. Steven King - Social studies of Winterset, graduated last May from Iowa State University at Ames. Mr, King is a bachelor. Juan Calvo - Spanish of Miami, Florida, taught Spanish in the school year of 1965-66 at Villiscej is completing his master's degree at the University of Iowa; and is a refugee from the Castro regime in Cuba. Mr. and Mrs. Calvo were teachers in Cuba before the Cuban Revolution. Enrique-Zayas Bazan - Spanish of Bode, is completing his master's degree at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Bazan resided at Bode the last two years where he taught Spanish. Mr. Bazan is also a refugee from the Cuban Revolution. Richard Przychodzin - Social studies of Gilmore City. He has his bachelor's degree from Southern Illinois University. Mr. and Mrs. Przychodzin have one child of pre-school age. Marcia Miller - English and Dramatics of Gayville, South Dakota. She graduated last May from Northern State at Aberdeen, So. Dak. 8 From Area Are Summer Grads At ISU Eight area Iowa State University students were among 600 graduates receiving awards and certificates at summer gradu- ation exercises on the Iowa State campus last Friday. The eight were: Algona - Neil 0. Colwell, bacteriology. Armstrong - James R. Cecil, farm operation; Marjory Dunn, textiles and clothing; Richard J. McKean, economics. Corwith - Sue B. Mullins, home economics. Ringsted - Trudy K. Huskamp, English and science, history (with distinction); Marlene Jenson Rodewald, applied art. Whittemore - Earl H. Maahs, agricultural business. Wesleyans At Meeting In Des Moines WESLEY - Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Otis, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weber and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hillenga attended the annual director's clinic sponsored by the Farmers Grain Dealers Association of Iowa in Des Moines. In the afternoon, the directors participated in various workshop discussion groups and in the evening the directors and their wives attended the grandstand show at the State Fair. - o The W.M.S. met in the Evangelical Free Church Wednesday last week. Mrs. Arvin Larson and daughters were hostesses. Mrs. Jongewaard gave the lesson on "Women of the Bible." Mrs. Tillie Matz spent several days with her sister, Mrs. Curtis Anderson at Holmes. They spent several days in Des Moines. Mrs. Matz and her sister, Mrs. Sara Oswald of Algona, visited their brother and family inEstherville one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. R.C. Bauer and John and family were Sunday dinner guests in the Ralph Bauer home, Whittemore. Mrs. Mary Weber entertained her auction bridge club Thursday. Mrs. Wm. Hrubes was a guest. Mrs. Irwin Hildman and Beatrice Hlldman attended a party at Mrs. Harry Fleming's in Corwith Thursday honoring the birthdays of Mrs. Fleming and Beatrice. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Root and family of Council Bluffs spent Tuesday through Sunday in the parental L.L. Root home. Mrs. Len Arndorfer entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. Tom Forburger won high score prize. Mrs. Geo. Vitzthum was a guest. Guests recently in the Mark Studer home Included Mr, and Mrs. Ed Slater and niece Ellen of Lake Bluffs, HI.; Harold Dorsen and son Cary of Chicago; and Shelby Hagberg of Gillett Grove. The men were In the 432nd Bomb Squadron In World War II. Mrs. Jo Meurer spent Tuesday through Thursday in Lohrville with her daughter and family, the Don Vogels. Mr, and Mrs, Tom Vitzthum and family of Laurens were Aug. 22 guests in the parental Geo. Vitzthum home. Frank Bleich, manager of the Farmer's Coop Elevator, and two directors, Mark Studer and Geo. Detmering, attended a meeting of the Farm Land Industries in Kansas City three days recently. Vince Eisenbacher and the Darley Goransons of Buffalo Center report a new grandson, James Albert, born Aug. 19 to Mr. and Mrs. Al Goranson of Bartlesville, Okla. The new mother is the former Rita Eisenbacher and they also have a young daughter, Debbie. Reese Martin of Early spent several days last week with his daughter, Mrs.DonHauptmanand his son Irwin Martin and their families. His wife came for him Tuesday and visited her mother, Mrs. Sophia Hildman and other relatives. Due to ill health Mr. Martin has sold his barber shop. Edmund Otis and Lester lar- son attended a Boone Valley elevator meeting in Eagle Grove Aug. 17. Tom Becker and Diane have frequently visited Mrs. Becker, a patient in Mercy Hospital, Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode and Mr. and Mrs. R.N. Bickertof Algona attended a Bode family reunion at Danberg^IU. Aug. 20. Mr. and Mrs. John Welter and family of Dubuque and the Roland Waldschmidts of Spencer were Aug. 20 weekend guests in the parental Ben Studer home.

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